Colin Cowherd: “You were on some of the most talented college teams ever at USC; is this Ohio State team in that class in terms of roster talent?”
Reggie Bush: “This Ohio State team could have played with our National Championship team in 2004. They’re very talented all across the board. Justin Fields would have been their Vince Young back then. Chase Young is arguably the most dominant player in the country, they have stud running backs, receivers that can get open in man-to-man coverage – I see a GREAT football team and I think this could be the best Ohio State team ever assembled.” (Full Video Above)
Listen to former USC Trojans running back and current Fox Sports college football analyst Reggie Bush join The Herd and explain why the now-number one ranked Ohio State Buckeyes could be the greatest Ohio State team ever assembled.
Ohio State’s offense currently leads the nation in scoring and their defense leads the nation in fewest points allowed, as the Buckeyes are outscoring their opponents by an average of 38.9 points per game.
Bush thinks this Ohio State team is even better than their 14-1 2014 team that won the National Championship with future pros the likes of Ezekiel Elliott, Michael Thomas, Joey Bosa, Noah Spence, Darron Lee, Cardale Jones, and Eli Apple.
Check out the video above as Bush thinks this Ohio State team could play with Reggie’s iconic 2004 USC team, who is often considered one of, if not the greatest college team of all time. A team that included Bush, Lendale White, Matt Leinart, Dwayne Jarrett, Darnell Bing, Keith Rivers, Lofa Tatupu, and Ryan Kalil.